In a heartfelt testimonial, real life bursitis sufferer and pain cream user Denise Mathis shares, her experience. She says, “When I tell you, a pain that stops you in your tracks, where you can’t do anything but just try to breathe, that’s a serious pain. And to be relieved from that, it really helps.”Dr. Fidel Goldson with staffDr Goldson himself encourages pain sufferers to try the cream because “patients in pain don’t necessarily have to live in pain.”Dr Goldson’s Pain Cream and Spray have been sold through the family’s four South Florida chiropractic offices for several months. They are now available through the international retail site Amazon.com. Dr. Goldson’s Spine, Joint, Muscle Pain cream Dr. Goldson’s Spine, Joint, Muscle Pain cream treats thousandsChronic pain symptoms cost Americans around $600 billion every year. Thanks to prominent South Florida chiropractor Dr Fidel Goldson Jr, there’s a powerful new solution for pain sufferers. Dr. Goldson’s Spine, Joint, Muscle Pain cream (Goldson Pain Cream) was developed by the second generation physician based on his own experience treating thousands of patients over more than 16 years.The all natural, hypo-allergenic formula penetrates deep into muscles and joints to soothe pain away. And it’s now available on Amazon. Detailed information is available on the company’s website at goldsonpaincream.com.Read More: Goldson Spine Rehab Center hosts successful 5k runGoldson Pain Cream, available in 4oz and 8oz sizes, contains camphor to numb pain, menthol to cool and warm the application site, and wintergreen oil. Wintergreen oil is a deep heating pain reliever that may help to increase blood circulation. They’ve also created a spray version called Dr Goldson’s Cold & Hot Spray that even works upside down to get to hard to reach places like the upper and mid-back. The pain relief formula promises up to eight hours of relief for people with a broad range of issues. People with back and knee problems in service industries like healthcare and retail, athletes with muscular pains, older folks with arthritis problems, and even those with neck and shoulder problems from desk work, can find respite in the benefits of Dr Goldson’s products. The cream and spray are truly meant to work on almost any type of muscular, joint or spinal aches and pains.
The Private Sector Commission (PSC), has expressed concern about the recently released contract between the Government and US oil giant Exxon Mobil.On the weekend, the PSC said while the contract – released just a few days ago, is welcomed, it believed more could have been done to incorporate local content.More benefits to local businesses needed“We were expecting that greater benefits would have accrued to local businesses. This we find, is sadly lacking,” the PSC said in its assessment. Concerning suggestions from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) regarding provisions for exploration and developmental costs – “we find that the ring-fencing provisions have not been addressed. As a result, Guyana will be left to bear the costs of unsuccessful exploration.”More flexibility needed for governmentThe PSC also expressed concern that Guyana does not have the right to re-negotiate the terms of the Agreement moving forward.“We are concerned, since this Agreement encompasses the entire Stabroek Block, an area of 6.6 million acres of water with 3.2 billion barrel of equivalent oil (BOE) so far. With the projected massive oil discoveries, the Commission believes there should be increased flexibility given to the Government of Guyana, to ensure a fair and equitable deal on both sides”, the PSC statement noted.Lower energy costs to Guyanese?The Commission also noted that at present the cost of energy is the primary limitation to the expansion of business and growth in Guyana, and “there is nothing in the Agreement to indicate that with Guyana owning such large oil reserves, this would translate into reduction of the costs of energy to Guyanese.”The group believes that the business sector and general populace of Guyana deserve to benefit directly from the abundance of oil at its disposal and look forward to seeing future agreements for other blocks offshore include provisions with greater benefits to Guyana and its people.Additionally, the PSC noted it also expects that, for all other blocks offshore, the agreements with operators/contractors will consist of provisions that will ensure Guyana receives more royalty, rents, training and development for Guyanese and better local benefits for all Guyanese through the enlisting of the services of world class negotiators.The referred to contract was first signed in 1999 under the previous People’s Progressive Party government. It was revisited last year after the current government took office in 2015.Guyana stands to benefit upwards of US$300 Million a year under the agreement when oil starts to flow in 2020. Guyana will be receiving two percent royalty under the current agreement. The original 1999 agreement did not cater for any royalties. Additionally, Guyana will also receive 50 percent of the profits from oil production.The agreement also specifies development in several areas for the country.
Tallahassee – Earlier this week the Senate Infrastructure and Security Committee passed the controversial bill SB 7030 that would arm teachers in our schools. The bill, which is strongly opposed by Floridians, would expand the so-called “Guardian Program” allowing classroom teachers to carry concealed guns in the school.A recent poll from Quinnipiac shows a majority of voters wanting stricter gun laws and opposing arming teachers. United Teachers of Dade President Karla Hernandez-Mats and FDP Chair Terrie Rizzo respond to the advancement of the bill:Florida Democratic Party Chair Terrie Rizzo:“By passing SB 7030, Republicans are once again going against the will of Floridians who have repeatedly opposed arming teachers in Florida. This bill is dangerous, it’s unnecessary, and it’s unpopular. Our teachers need a raise — not a gun. Instead of endangering our kids, Republican legislators should be increasing funding to our public schools, raising teacher’s salaries, investing in mental health services, and working on real solutions to address gun violence in our schools.”United Teachers of Dade President, Karla Hernandez-Mats:“It is unconscionable that on the heels of losing three more lives this past week to the devastating psychological and emotional effects of gun violence in our schools, Tallahassee’s solution to this epidemic is to arm teachers. It doesn’t seem that a single lawmaker pushing this legislation is listening to children and education experts on this matter. All major teacher, principal, school employee, parent, school security, law enforcement organizations, as well as most Americans, strongly oppose this measure. So we have to ask ourselves, who are they really working for at the end of the day?”
Miami – It’s that time of the year and the Office of Community Advocacy extends its support to Shake-A-Leg Miami, a 501(c) (3) organization, in their efforts of promoting the Impossible Dream, a universally accessible vessel, sailing away on their yearly mission of goodwill. The 60-foot catamaran will embark on a journey along the east coast of North America on Tuesday May 28 at 12:30 p.m. at the Shake-A-Leg Miami Marina, 2620 S Bayshore Drive, Miami, FL 33133. Sail on the Impossible DreamThe Impossible Dream vessel with its mixed-ability crew will sail north to New England and back stopping in vibrant coastal cities, meeting with the innovators who are using the water and boating to improve the lives of people with disabilities. During the stops, boating centers and schools with disability related organizations, VA’s, hospitals, and rehabs will be invited for sail. About a thousand people with disabilities and their family members will enjoy the magic of sailing. The late U.S. President George H.W. Bush and First Lady Barbara Bush sailed aboard the Impossible Dream in 2015.This catamaran was custom designed and built in 2002 for Mike Browne, a paraplegic who had the dream of sailing in a vessel that would be fully functional for a person in a wheelchair. It was purchased by Deborah Mellen, a paraplegic, who learned to sail at Shake-A-Leg Miami, and wanted to give back to the disability community and inspire those with a handicap to experience sailing. During the voyage, the participants will learn about the Shake-A-Leg Miami Watersports Center, a place where children and adults, many of whom are not only people living with a disability, but also financially disadvantaged, are able to improve their social skills, make new friendships, and increase their self-confidence through targeted programs. No other state has a center like Shake-A-Leg Miami, where the Impossible Dream is based.“The Impossible Dream will inspire people to use the water, technology and community to improve their independence and quality of life,” said Shake-A-Leg Miami’s President Harry Horgan. “The barrier-free environment can be transformational for the disabled community around the world.”
KINGSTON, Jamaica – The number of recorded cases of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) in Jamaica has moved to 21, as the government announced two new cases earlier this afternoon.The Minister of Health and Wellness, Dr Christopher Tufton said 14 of the total cases have been imported. Six involve individuals who came in contact with persons who arrived from overseas while one case is still under investigation.The latest two cases involve a 61-year-old from Manchester and a 51-year-old man from Westmoreland.Of the 21 persons who have tested positive for COVID-19, 13 are males and eight are females.As the government anticipates a community spread of the virus, new measures have been implemented to protect residents.Prime Minister Andrew Holness announced that all schools on the island will remain closed until the end of the Easter term, which is April 20. Another update will be given prior to that date.Also announced, effective March 25, all persons 75 years and older must remain at home. This order will be in force for an initial 14 days. Additionally, all public sector employees 65-years-old and older must work from home.As of March 25, no public gatherings shall exceed 10 persons. This is down from groups of 20 that was previously allowed.Holness also announced that every person who entered the island as of March 18 will be quarantined for a further 14 days after the initial seven days which was previously announced. He said that persons who arrived on the island on or after that date, who are not currently in quarantine, will be tracked down and necessary steps will be taken.
0:32 Video Player00:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. “I Have Now Won Best Player Five Times – Ronaldo Fuels Messi Rivalry” Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has stoked the rivalry with his Barcelona counterpart Lionel Messi after he saw off the Argentine and Brazilian star Neymar to win The Best Men’s Player at the Best FIFA Football Awards ceremony held in London on Monday night.Ronaldo fuelled the longstanding rivalry by telling reporters he has now won the award five times in reference to Messi who has also won the much coveted prize on five different occasions. 1.
When asked about the award after the event, the Portuguese international captain said:“Obviously, this is another beautiful moment in my career, and this was something I wanted.”“I worked to win once more, and I have now won best player five times. I’m very happy.” he added.Cristiano Ronaldo had 43.16% of the total votes to finish ahead of Messi (19.25%) and Neymar (6.97%) as the award recipient.The votes were cast by four categories of people namely national team coaches, national team captains, media representatives and the fans with each category taking 25%.RelatedBest FIFA Football Awards 2019: Messi, Rapinoe Win Best Player of The YearSeptember 23, 2019In “FIFA”Lionel Messi Valueless in the Eyes of ArgentinaDecember 5, 2018In “Europe”Luka Modrič Attacks Ronaldo and Messi for Missing Ballon d’Or CeremonyDecember 15, 2018In “Europe”
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has disclosed that star players Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil won’t be leaving the North London club during the January transfer window “unless something unbelievable happens”.With their contracts set to expire at the end of the season, Sanchez and Ozil have been linked with moves away from the Emirates Stadium.Speaking during his pre-match press conference ahead of the home league match against Huddersfield Town.When asked whether they will stay, Wenger replied: “Yes, of course.”The 67-year old Frenchman stated that: “As long as they are here, they give their best for the club.“In my head, they stay until the end of the season. Unless something unbelievable happens I don’t see that changing.”On if Sanchez and Ozil will remain beyond the end of the 2017-18 campaign, he added: “I am not the only one to decide that. They have to decide that as well.”RelatedWenger Confirms Star Duo Could Still Leave In JanuaryOctober 12, 2017In “England”Arsenal FC vs Burnley FCJune 30, 2017Similar post”Let Alexis Sanchez Go, Get The Money & Move On” – Arsenal LegendJuly 28, 2017In “England”
GiG lauds its ‘B2B makeover’ delivering Q2 growth August 11, 2020 Share Share Ulrik BengtssonPublishing its Q1 2017 interim results (unaudited period ending 31 March), Stockholm-listed European online gambling group Betsson AB has reported that its period earnings and profit results have been impacted by negative currency fluctuations, increased market taxes and player friendly results recorded by its sports betting division.Updating investors, Betsson would report a 10% increase in group revenues to SEK 1.1 billion (€115 million), driven by the continued strong performance of its online casino division which recorded a period increase of 23% SEK 882 million (Q1 2016: SEK 669 million).Closing its opening quarter, Betsson governance would report Q1 2017 Gross Profit of SEK 806 million (€83 million), up 8% on corresponding 2016’s SEK 745 million.However, negative currency impacts recorded during the period would hit Betsson’s group operating margins and earnings. The company details that currency impacts cost circa SEK 19 million on its Q1 2017 bottom-line.Furthermore, Betsson governance has detailed a significant increase in its operating markets which to circa 20%, with the company paying period betting duties of SEK 43 million.As a result of margin impacts, Betsson group would post an operating net income of SEK 214 million (€22 million) down 8% on corresponding Q1 2016’s SEK 234 million.Updating the market, Ulrik Bengtsson, CEO of Betsson AB, commented on corporate performance:“Casino continues to develop well with growth of 23 percent. Total revenue increased by more than 10 percent, compared to the same period previous year, of which most was organic growth. As we indicated before, region Western Europe is back to a healthy growth. The region grew by 15.6 percent compared to the same period previous year. The combined effect of currency fluctuations had a negative impact on operating income of SEK 19.1 million.”“In addition, a high proportion of ”player-friendly” results in the big football leagues resulted in a lower sportsbook margin than the eight-quarter rolling average and thereby lower revenue. The operating income was SEK 240.9 million, corresponding to an operating margin of 21.9 percent.” StumbleUpon Related Articles William Hill accelerates transformation agenda to overcome COVID realities August 5, 2020 Submit SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020
Mateusz Juroszek – Non-stop STS will expand amid industry disruptions August 12, 2020 Share Submit StumbleUpon MoneyMatrix boosts wire transfer options by integrating Klarna’s Sofort August 24, 2020 Share Martin Lycka – Regulatory high temperatures cancel industry’s ‘silly season’ August 11, 2020 Related Articles Led by an effective period of successful new customer acquisitions, combined with the reactivation of its existing player base, Frankfurt Xetra-listed bet-at-home AG declares a ‘historical PEAK EBITDA’ of €36.2 million (2017: €35.5m) publishing its full-year 2018 results.Updating investors bet-at-home records its highest-ever betting & gaming volume, breaking the €3 billion wagering mark supported by high-coverage advertising campaigns launched from May 2018, boosting the bookmaker’s brand recognition during World Cup Russia 2018 trading.bet-at-home secures its record EBITDA target, despite the bookmaker recording a slight decline in gross betting/gaming revenues to €143.4 million (FY 2017: €145m) – attributed to higher European market betting fees and gambling levies totalling €21 million (FY 2017: 18.8m).Closing its 2018 accounts, bet-at-home declares group consolidated profits of €32.6 million, in line with 2017 results and corporate expectations.However, in its 2019 outlook, bet-at-home governance will maintain the company’s revenue expectations at €130-143 million range, as the company adjusts to ‘legal uncertainties in Switzerland’, which have appeared due to the approval of the Swiss Money Gaming Act. The bet-at-home board, details that the firm is unlikely to match 2018 results, with the firm’s 2019 EBITDA target lowered to €29-33 million range.
‘More needs to be done’ to future-proof the regulation of football betting, says Tracey Crouch January 17, 2020 StumbleUpon Submit Share UKGC gambling statistics highlight retail declines May 29, 2020 Ministers expected to raise National Lottery age limit August 17, 2020 Related Articles Share Former Minister for Sport and Civil Society (DCMS), Tracey Crouch, has joined the British racing’s Horse Welfare Board after being appointed as an independent member. The MP for Chatham and Aylesford will join Barry Johnson, President of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and past Chairman of World Horse Welfare, on the board. The Welfare Board will oversee the promotion of animal welfare standards in horse racing, monitoring how they are perceived by the sport, the public and other audiences. In addition to this, the Board will also be tasked with developing a new welfare strategy for the horse racing industry. Tracey Crouch MP commented: “I am thrilled to be joining the board at an important time for the sport and look forward to being able to combine both my passion in animal welfare with my interest in horseracing.”Barry Johnson, Chair of the Horse Welfare Board, added:“I am delighted Tracey Crouch has been appointed to the Welfare Board. Her knowledge of animal welfare issues and integrity will be of enormous value to the sport.”The Horse Welfare Board will meet for the first time in the coming weeks, with representatives from the Horsemen’s Group and the Racecourse Association. The Board is aiming to set out its thinking for the future of horse welfare in racing later this year and to make initial recommendations by the end of 2019.The horse racing industry is set to face a number of challenges in the coming months following the closure of betting shops after Crouch’s prominent role in the controversial Fixed Odds Betting Terminal (FOBT) ruling last year. The ruling will mean a significant drop in levy contributions, which is ultimately having an impact upon the sport.